What CEOs Must Know About Microsoft Office 2019 Suite
Are you eagerly waiting for the release of Microsoft Office 2019? You aren’t alone. Many people especially businessmen are also waiting to see what might be the new features that will be packed into this brand new version. Getting new reports from this new version of Microsoft just become tough and tight. They remained silent but it doesn’t make us stop. Others keep on figuring out what might pop up in this new version.
Microsoft is set to release the latest version of its productivity and business software in the second half of 2018. Office 2019 is the next big update after the 2016 version, and it brings a lot of big changes for those who prefer downloaded software. Subscribers surely enjoyed the app and feature updates of the cloud-based MS Office 365, but Microsoft can offer a whole lot more.
Introducing Microsoft Office 2019
Office 2019 will be a perpetual offering for everyone. Microsoft made this one extra special, especially for businesses and businessmen. With this new Office, you will only pay a one-time fee and have access to the new features and updates as long as desired without further payments.
Microsoft uses the term “one-time purchase” to label a software license that is paid for a single upfront cost to get Office applications for one computer. It gives the buyer the right to use Office in perpetuity. Otherwise, you can use and run the suite for as long as because the license has no prescribed expiration date.
What will be the new features for Office 2019?
The feature set may not be revealed and it’s quite tough to guess precisely what we should anticipate in the brand new Office 2019. However, user’s has been provoked by these few enthralling features listed below:
Excel still reigns supreme. Businesses can take advantage of new Excel functions, Power Pivot, Power Query enhancements, as well as 2D maps. You can also publish from Excel to Power BI with this new version.
In addition to the other features is the most advanced update in Outlook. Microsoft adds more enhanced contact details for users, support and this salient @ mentions in Outlook inbox.
It’s going to be a fresh new look for Word. Office 2019 will come with a black theme, integrated with other learning tools, personalized sounds, and new text-to-speech features. There will be a lot of improvements on how to have access and in using the software.
PowerPoint is still one of the convenient and well-liked presentation solutions Microsoft can offer. Its new ability focuses on managing images turn into 3D with the use of intensified roaming pencil case.
- One Note
OneNote promised to get the biggest update. In another report from Microsoft, it is said that the best features of OneNote 2016 edition will be combined with the operation of Windows 10. More enhanced experience for users brought by the new ink-to-text and syncing are being integrated into this new version.
For those who were fond of using digital pens, this new version is your new landscape. Office 2019 allows users to draw, write a note, or even make a doodle right onto the device’s screen. Aside from that, they will introduce a new inking ability that can be applied to all apps. You can directly move objects anywhere you want by simply using your pen.
Everyone from Microsoft hopes that these additions will bring big help to the users. Especially businessmen, they were used to use this software in managing their businesses.
Office 2016 Business Features that can also be found in Office 2019
In the past few years, people make themselves believe that they will be able to get a wonderful profit with the help of cloud computing software. As anticipated, consumers expect that this new version can provide some interesting and more productive differences from the previous version.
As it aspires to be the last productivity suite you are ever going to need, here are some features from Office 2016 which has the possibility to be featured as well in the new Office 2019.
- Real-time co-authoring
Co-authoring with Office 2016 enables you to see what your associates are doing even in a simple document or the most complicated presentation they are doing. Aside from that, you will be able to see what you are doing no matter what device you are using.
- Simplified document sharing
They even make this one more convenient for users. A Share button will be added, located on the upper-right side of the Office apps. Sharing documents to anyone is easier by this one-click access.
- Smart attachments
In Office 2016, when you add attachments to an email, you still need to find the location of the file. But in Office 2019, when you worked on recent documents, it will be displayed in the list of documents being shared via Outlook.
- Better version history
Collaboration and creativity can be a messy process, with shared documents changing rapidly over time. To keep user’s files accessible, Office 2016 has its History section that can be found in the File menu.
The previous version offers you this new tool called Delve. It serves as the main point which can give you access to everything in your data. Even in the documents you have been made, shared or consorted by using Office 2016.
Get geared up for Office 2019
Things were getting more exciting as everyone waits for the release of Office 2019. Everyone wants some sneak peak, but it will not be easy.
Microsoft releases a platform wherein you can officially preview Office 2019. Collaborate will allow you to see how the engineering system works and how they deal with the content. Users will surely enjoy the new features included in this new suite from Microsoft. Packed with features for the end user, Office 2019 will surely be something worth the wait.
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